Triaminic Sick Day Guidelines And Coupon- With Giveaway

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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Sometimes what sickness a person has isn’t always clear. I see it every day at work, and hear it all the time. With flu season in full force now people often wonder if they have a cold or the flu, and what they should do about it. One way you can gauge what’s going on in your area is by using the Triaminic Cold & Flu Symptom Tracker, which offers a weekly feed of cold & flu symptom trends by state, along with cold prevention tips. I checked and my area is quiet but flu activity where LB2 lives an hour north of me is very high.

A reminder about dispensing medications from Triaminic.

When dispensing medication to children, remember to always read and follow medicine labels exactly, to ensure that the child receives the right dosage. Single-use products like Triaminic Thin Strips® provides a pre-measured dose of medicine that dissolves quickly on the tongue, so parents know their children are receiving the recommended amount for their age.

If you find your child is ill and aren’t sure if you should keep them home or not, check out the Sick Day Guidelines that Triaminic partnered with the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) to create.

Triaminic is currently offering a printable $1.50 coupon, just click the banner at the bottom of this post to get yours. Hopefully you won’t need it but if you do at least you’ll be prepared.

WIN IT!

THREE random winners will receive a Triaminic prize pack containing 4 boxes of 14 thin strips.

HOW TO ENTER. (MANDATORY)

To enter visit http://youcastcorp.com/c/79/go/index.php?r=0 and track the flu activity in your state. Then leave a comment on this post containing the information of the Flu activity level in their area.

THE SMALL PRINT.

US addresses only please, NO PO Boxes. This contest will end on Thursday 01/28/09 at 11:59 pm est. If you’ve entered any of my giveaways before then you know that only comments containing all of the requested information will be eligible for entry. The winner must contact me to confirm they wish to receive the prize within two days of my email notifying them they’ve won. Good luck to everyone!

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This post is not a review, it is for informational purposes only. I will be receiving a prize pack like that being given away as thanks for sharing this information. As always my opinion is my own and has not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.

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10 comments

nan lara January 21, 2010 - 9:55 pm

it is moderate in my state
nannypanpan@sbcglobal.net

Heather S January 22, 2010 - 12:43 am

The activity is moderate in WA state, that’s pretty good I’d say.

Kimberly B. January 22, 2010 - 5:38 am

The area where I live is Moderate.

Eileen January 23, 2010 - 3:46 am

Our area in southwest Wisconsin is LOW. BUT, everyone has COLDs starting now. (Holiday germ sharing brought that AND strep) Lucky us…(sarcasm).

Seems we usually get hit in late Feb. or in March the worst. BRING On THE TRIAMINIC! My kids HATE pills (even chewables) , gag on syrups, and I’d love to have these thin strips to try this year.

thanks much!

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

Marci January 23, 2010 - 12:15 pm

I live in the middle of WA and the two cities on either side are moderate.

Vicki Wurgler January 23, 2010 - 8:16 pm

it is low in my part of the state

hollowsins January 24, 2010 - 11:23 am

It said moderate near Columbus Ohio for me!
hollow_sins(at)yahoo.com

Laura DeLuca January 26, 2010 - 10:06 am

The closet to me is Trenton but its still pretty far away

Jen Ouellette January 26, 2010 - 2:36 pm

It’s Moderate in my state of Nebraska
Jen Ouellette
burningbelief@aol.com

Deirdre January 26, 2010 - 7:28 pm

ick – it says VERY HIGH for New York, NY 🙁

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